I have developed a recent fascination with acorns!
It is mind-boggling that God can take something so small and seemingly insignificant and transform it into this beautiful, magnificent oak tree (are you seeing the spiritual parallels to our own lives? ).
Fall is the season where you might find a few extra acorns dotting your front lawn… So after you dwell on the spiritual symbolism of the acorn, make a craft with them!
Glazed donuts, Nutella, some chocolate sprinkles/crushed toffee bits, and a pretzel stick = cutest snack for fall EVER.
Check the recipe out at Gracious Rain and make a bunch for your next mom’s group or church gathering this month.
Kaboose has an Acorn Frame Craft that is just the right thing for your family photo at the pumpkin patch.
Toddler Approved has 4 adorable Acorn Crafts for you to try – love that funny Acorn Man!
Using a little bit of Elmer’s glue and markers, you can transform an acorn into beautiful Acorn Cap Jewels.
This is a really neat and magical project from Kiwi Crate.
A fun Ripped Paper Acorn from No Time for Flashcards.
Another adorable and easy Acorn Cookie Snack from Family Fun!
Throw some acorns, a piece of paper, and a bit of paint into a recycled oatmeal can and shake, shake, shake.
Teach Preschool has the how-to for this simple and fun project that yields really pretty results.
You can create a Terrarium with Mini Acorn Houses over at Living Locurto.
How about drawing some faces on your acorns and creating a little Tiny Acorn Family like Make and Takes?
This Acorn Garland from A Beautiful Mess is not very hard to make at all – so cute.
I am thinking that these Paper Acorns from Kinder Garden are just about the sweetest things I’ve ever seen.
I’m in love! Acorn Fairies from Kid’s Craft Blog!
Hope you went nuts over these Acorn Projects. Now go hunt and gather!
Happy Awesome Acorn-ing!
“…to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the LORD for the display of his splendor.” Isaiah 61:3